Friday, October 25, 2019

New Issue: African Journal of International and Comparative Law

The latest issue of the African Journal of International and Comparative Law (Vol. 27, no. 4, November 2019) is out. Contents include:
  • Dickson Ebikabowei Omukoro, Ensuring Environmental Accountability in Nigeria through the Liberalisation of the Locus Standi Rule: Lessons from some Selected Jurisdictions
  • Vinesh Basdeo, A Critique of Search and Seizure in Terms of a Search Warrant in South African Criminal Procedure: A Comparative Analysis
  • Ifeanyichukwu Azuka Aniyie, Tax Intermediaries Management: A Review of Three Jurisdictions
  • Claus Kreβ, Du Déclenchement de la Compétence de la Cour Pénale Internationale à L’égard du Crime D'agression
  • Olaniyi Felix Olayinka, Implementing the Socio-economic and Cultural Rights in Nigeria and South Africa: Justiciability of Economic Rights
  • Christophe Van der Beken, Balancing Between Empowerment and Inclusion: Multinational Federalism and Citizenship Rights in Ethiopia
  • Adekemi Omotubora, Old Wine in New Bottles? Critical and Comparative Perspectives on Identity Crimes under the Nigerian Cybercrime Act 2015
  • Valerie Muguoh Chiatoh, Self-Determination and Territorial Integrity: Southern Cameroons and the Republic of Cameroun
  • Robert Doya Nanima, The (Non) Enforcement of the Right to a Fair Trial with Regard to the Admissibility of Evidence Obtained through Human Rights Violations: A Comment on Uganda's Human Rights (Enforcement) Act 2019